Tubing on The Kettle River
Want to Go Tubing on The Kettle River?
Here’s How It Works:
When you come to the Riviera RV Park, we can rent you a tube for just $20 per day.
We can drop you off at one of three starting points for a two, four or six hour tube ride!
From there, you simply wade out into the river, hop in your tube and let the Kettle River take you on a beautiful tour until you arrive back at our RV Park.
The three spots are Grand Forks City Park, Spraggett Bridge or the USA Border area.
Come tubing with us… and bring sun screen!
For more information or to reserve your spot, call the office at 250-442-2158 or call Toll Free: 1-855-442-2158
Hiking and Walking Trails
Hiking, walking in nature as a recreational activity. There are plenty of beautiful areas are available nearby.
Walk the famous Trans Canada Trail!
Trail conditions: generally uphill from Grand Forks to Eholt; trail surface is a mix of hard packed gravel with some unconsolidated portions. Watch for rockfall along some of the rock faces, and be alert for potential wildlife encounters along the trail.
This trip takes you along the abandoned CPR Columbia and Western Railway. Start your day trip from downtown Grand Forks; one option is to begin from the original train station, which has been restored as the Grand Forks Station Neighborhood Pub and Columbia Grill, located at 7654 Donaldson Drive. This is the oldest CPR station in BC still in its original location and many historical artifacts are found in the pub.
Fishing along the Kettle River is a nice relaxing way to spend your weekend! Bring your rod and reel and cast a line and see what you might catch!
Bicycle rentals are available in Grand Forks. There’s gorgeous trails and paths to explore nearby our RV Park.
Kayaking and Canoeing
Kayaking is a low-impact activity that can improve your strength. Kayaking can be done as a hobby or as a fun activity.
There are canoes and kayaks for rent nearby the RV Park.